I'm looking for recommendations on indoor HD TV antennas. I'm strongly considering "cutting the cable". From what I understand, a good HD antenna would still allow me to get my local channels (CBS, FOX, NBC, ABC) in HD over-the-air? My Charter bill has climbed so much since my "12 month new customer" promo ran out, I'm at the point that I just don't feel it is worth it to keep it. Both the cable and internet portions of the bill have gone up considerably. My plan is to cancel all of my services and close out my account. Then wait however long it takes to be considered a "new customer" again (I think it's 30 days), then get stand alone internet hooked back up. I'm hoping by that time I'm adjusted to not having cable TV and I won't let myself get lured back in with the "new customer" cable TV promo pricing. It's a pain in the a$$ having to play games and jump through hoops like this, but cable/satellite companies give us few other choices. *Edit: I've looked at the Amazon Basic antennas. They seem reasonably priced. Would something like that be sufficient?